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One-Off Residential Camps Volunteer


Do you want experience in Social Work, Youth Work, Charity or Social Care roles?

Siblings Together are currently recruiting new Camp Workers for our 2016 residential activity camps.

Siblings Together is a UK-based charity that promotes positive contact between brothers and sisters separated in foster care, kinship care, residential care, or adoption.

We are the only UK-based organisation focused on this need, and are widely acknowledged as the leading independent voice on issues of sibling contact in care.

Afterschool & Homework Clubs Volunteer


We are looking for enthusiastic volunteer teaching assistants for two after school clubs run by a local Time Bank from 4.30 - 6.30 pm on Wednesdays and Fridays during school term-time at a nearby small community centre on the Regents Park Estate, NW1. To help and support children from 8- 11 years of age (key stage 2) with homework and a range of exciting cross community and intergenerational linked projects. If interested please ring us on 0207 383 4382.

Outdoor Education Volunteer

Wild Schools aim to deliver great learning experiences to local primary students through outdoor education.

Using the varied environment of the West Ham Park, sessions are delivered in all primary subjects which are engaging, hands on and memorable. Each session is designed to suit the needs of a specific class in collaboration with the teacher.

So far we have taught over 5000 students outside since the project began in October 2016 in subjects as diverse as maths, art, local history and geography.

Assistant Games Manager


Do you think you could inspire young people through the power of sport? If yes, then the Assistant Games Manager position is for you! SportInspired’s vision is of communities connected with energy and passion, where people enjoy being active and we aim to achieve this through fun and inclusive community programmes. An Assistant Games Manager will play roles in planning, organising and delivering Games programmes. We’re looking for an independent individual who has excellent communication, organisation and teamwork skills to join the SportInspired team.

Volunteer Assistant Play Worker


Do you love having fun with children while being active? Do you want to support children to develop their self-esteem and confidence through play?

Volunteer ESOL Teacher (5-12 years)

We are looking for motivated and caring UCL students with an interest in supporting children from the Latin American community.

• A strong interest in working with and engaging children

• A genuine desire to support vulnerable migrants

• Some basic awareness of the issues facing migrants in UK

• Experience of working with vulnerable people in a similar capacity, either paid or unpaid (desirable)

• Experience working with children in school or educational setting, i.e. Teaching Assist

Young Explorers Mentor Volunteer


You will be supporting on our Young Explorers programme which is a therapeutic service providing focused support to children aged 8-12 adopted from the care system. Young Explorers is a safe, consistent place for children to explore their own identity and new experiences that can help them navigate their everyday world.

Volunteer Speakers Programme

Inspire young people. Share your story in our interfaith workshops. We are looking for confident and enthusiastic volunteers from a variety of religious and non-religious backgrounds to speak with us in schools in and around London and Birmingham. Help us raise awareness of what it means to be part of a faith or belief tradition, and develop young people’s skills of empathy, by sharing your experiences and beliefs.

Community Involvement Research Volunteer


We are looking for Self-Starter graduates with high level of research skills.

CIU staff will are looking for volunteers with skills in storytelling, updating existing pieces of work and scientific based research methods.

We’re looking for someone who will be able to work in a team and with other people. Experience working with Mailchimp is desirable.

Home Reading Volunteer

Do you remember a character from a childhood book as fondly as an old friend?

If you do, you’ll know the magic of being able to slip into another world as and when you need to, or how books can make your world a bigger, brighter place.

For bookworms especially, it’s hard to believe that anyone could see reading as anything other than empowering, or even just a pleasure. For the third of children from disadvantaged areas who leave primary school without being able to read well, often it’s nothing but a chore.

Unit Helper


GirlGuiding UK, as part of a worldwide movement, enables girls and young women to fulfill their potential to take an active and responsible role in society through its distinctive, stimulating and enjoyable programme of activities delivered by trained volunteers.

As a Unit Helper you will assist the Guider in the running of the unit. You will work with small groups of young people, helping to provide a safe environment for the girls and others working in the unit. You will also help in the preparation of unit records and financial records.

Saturday School Volunteer

ACS is a non-profit organisation that provides inclusive services to local adults, children and families living on low incomes, supporting young people from disadvantaged backgrounds’ to achieve and develop new skills in the community. We run services from Monday to Saturday weekly. We are seeking volunteers to help, engaging and supporting children, adults and families in various activities. If you have a skill or talent to share, individually or in a group, we would love to hear from you.

Family Club Volunteer


Do you want to make a difference to the lives of children? We are looking for volunteers to support disabled and non-disabled children to play together in our adventure playground and during our family club.

Independent Visitor


Independent Visitors services is in the London Borough of Harrow/Barnet and aims to provide each young person in care aged 5 to 17 the opportunity to form a positive relationship with an Independent Visitor providing them consistent, long term support.

Homework Club Helper

Salusbury World is a charity that supports refugee and migrant children and families in North West London. Our successful Homework Club meets on Mondays after school and helps children from refugee and migrant families aged 6 to 10. We’re looking for friendly and patient volunteers who can build a rapport with children and support them with their homework. A few hours of your time will make a big difference to the lives of these young people!

After School Club volunteer


Salusbury World is a charity that supports refugee and migrant children and families in North West London.

We need play volunteers for our after-school club for children aged 4-11. Volunteers assist with organising materials, supervising the children, and participating in creative/sporting activities. We are looking for volunteers who can commit for at least one school term, for one session a week.

Children's Pottery Volunteer


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We are currently looking for enthusiastic volunteers to support our Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday afternoon pottery sessions from 4pm - 5.30pm with children aged 6-12 years old.

Camden Gymnastics Club


Camden Gymnastics Club is looking for volunteers for a variety of gymnastic sessions all held at Talacre Community Sports Centre

Volunteers can assist with the parent and toddler sessions (9.30-10.15am and 10.30-11.30am), Pre School Sessions (1-3:15pm), and After School sessions (4pm onwards) - no experience is necessary as full training can be given.

Student Reading Helper


Help more children in London read, grow and succeed with Beanstalk

Summer Holidays Volunteer Helper

Help with our residental holidays for people with learning disabilities run entirely by volunteers! Have the oppportunity to act as a carer to an allocated guest providing them with 1 to 1 support and engage them in activities. Our guest have varying levels of needs, but one thing in common, your commitment to their holiday– it is a very special thing. They look forward to the holidays all year and often volunteers have as good a time as they do!

Literacy Support Volunteer


Make learning an adventure for local young people - Volunteer once a month with The Hackney Pirates

The Hackney Pirates is an innovative education charity supporting young people aged 9-­12 to develop the literacy, confidence and perseverance that will help them achieve both in school and the world beyond. In our unconventional learning space, a pirate ship on Kingsland High Street, young people work on reading and creative writing projects that culminate in the publication of storybooks, CDs and websites.

Drama School Assistant

Great opportunity to work with young people (ages 4 - 18) from across the capital who are exploring the performing arts for both career and life skills. You will work as part of a small team of people who are passionate about the arts. Support our teachers, admin staff and students, while developing valuable transferable skills such as leadership and coaching. We are looking for help at our four branches across London, where we run classes on Wednesday evenings and Saturdays.

Education Assistants

The Ragged School Museum is offering an exciting opportunity to join their successful Education Team. We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers with excellent communication skills to help deliver educational sessions to visiting primary schools. This is a great opportunity to gain hands-on experience working with children or if you want to work in the museum/heritage sector. Volunteers will need to commit to one day a week (10.15am to 1.15pm) for an ongoing period (Monday or Friday only).

Open Access volunteer


Come and play!

Every Saturday the adventure playground at our community centre for disabled people hosts children and young people and their families to in a range of inclusive play opportunities, from zipping down the zip wire, making dens, trying out our cycle rickshaw (hard work) or toasting marshmallows on the bonfire. We need volunteers to help make sessions friendly, fun safe (eg we can only build a bonfire when we have enough adults to ensure its safety).